Compute! Gazette Volume 1 Issue 1 (Premiere Issue). Does Your Computer Need A Cassette Recorder?, Commodore 64 Video Update, Inside View: Programmer Jimmy Huey, Skydiver, Snake Escape, Review: Exatron Stringy Floppy for VIC-20 And 64, Review: Deadly Duck Cartridge Game For Unexpanded VIC-20, Computing For Kids: Computer Adventures, Alfabug, Vic Marquee, Word Hunt: A Puzzle Game, VIC Timepiece, The Beginner's Corner: Learning To Program In BASIC, Commodore Classics: Quickfind, Power BASIC: 64... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: commodore, program, programs, Compute Gazette, Commodore, Magazine, software, color, memory, print,...
In episode 1 of Journey Through the Solar System focuses on our sun. Thousands of pictures taken by Skylab astronauts are examined and used to explain the workings of our Sun. Much new information and understanding of the Sun was gained from the three Skylab flights. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: NASA, Sun, Skylab
Episode 11 of the History of Space Travel reviews the documentary account of the Apollo 16 lunar landing mission and the exploration of the highland region of the moon, near the crater Descartes. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: NASA, Apollo 16
Like many other Centron venereal disease films, Innocent Party focuses on the morality and emotions associated with venereal disease rather than the medical aspects. The actual mechanics of syphilis transmission are only briefly mentioned let alone prevention via condom use, yet the shame and anguish are clear for all to see. This film echoes the common theme found in many venereal disease films - that premarital sex leads to VD. To license this film and get a higher quality version for... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: venereal disease, public hygiene
Explains the atom as the basic structure of matter. Depicts the birth of the atomic age from Alamogordo, Hiroshima and Nagasaki through the development of the thermonuclear H-bomb. Addresses the morality behind the awesome power of atomic energy. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. ( 6 reviews ) Topic: science vs. religion